Fans are sending out thoughts and prayers to Pink, who has been forced to cancel several of her upcoming concerts due to a mystery illness.
The singer, 44, is known for her wild and wacky performances, and they are events that fans across the globe are eager to attend.
However, fans in Washington state may have to wait a little longer to see their favorite musician in action.
The ‘Stupid Girls‘ singer took to Instagram to reveal that two upcoming shows in Tacoma, Washington, for her Summer Carnival Tour 2023 will be canceled.
“I am so sorry to inform the Tacoma ticket holders that the two shows October 17 and October 18 (tomorrow and Wednesday) will be postponed,” P!nk wrote on the social media app.
The mother-of-two then added the reason for her tough decision, saying: “Family medical issues require our immediate attention. I send everyone my sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this has caused. I am sending nothing but love and health to all.”
P!nk chose not to elaborate further on her statement, but did say that Live Nation is currently “working on future dates to reschedule.”
At the moment, P!nk is in the middle of her world tour, and it is set to end in spring 2024 with a stop in Townsville, a small city in northern Queensland, Australia. Already, her show has received worldwide attention.
In fact, in June, the ‘So What‘ singer made headlines after a fan threw a bag of their mother’s ashes onstage. A visibly perplexed P!nk took a few seconds to understand what was going on after the incident, which occurred at the British Summer Time Festival in London while the singer performed her 2002 hit ‘Just Like a Pill‘.
“Is this your mom?” the singer asked the fan. “I don’t know how I feel about this,” she said as she carefully set the small plastic bag of ashes near the edge of the stage.
Aside from the crazy (and incredibly bizarre) moment, P!nk later said that it was “the joy of my life to play” at the festival, later adding on Instagram: “I am never not grateful.”